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Marius Bauer (1867 - 1932)

Marius Bauer

Street in Stamboel, Constantinopel, 1918

Signed lower left
Oil on canvas
130 x 101 cm.

Acquired directly from the artist by Kunsthandel E.J. van Wisselingh & Co, inv. nr. 1948
Collection H.S. Southam, Ottowa, 1926 – 1933
Kunsthandel E.J. van Wisselingh & Co, inv. nr. 5419
Collection K. Groesboek 1935-1942
Kunsthandel E.J. van Wisselingh & Co. inv. nr. 6572
Ch. Stulemeijer, Breda, via vererving naar Povel Stulemeijer, 1942 – 1974
Kunsthandel E.J van Wisselingh & Co, inv. nr. 9323
Kunsthandel Borzo, Den Bosch 1978
Private collection, Groningen
Kunsthandel Bies, Eindhoven, 2004
Private collection, The Netherlands, 2004 – 2023

Literature and exhibition history upon request.

Marius Bauer

Rowers on the Bosporus, Constantinopel

Signed lower right
Watercolour on paper
17 x 23 cm.

Art dealer Francois Buffa & Fils, Amsterdam
Collection Mw. L. Glerum, Bennebroek
Private collection, The Netherlands

Marius Bauer

In the museum / Bullfight / 3 fakir

Ink on playingcard
6 x 9 cm.

Marius Bauer

Eastern singers

Signed lower right
Oil on canvas
73 x 91 cm.

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Marius Bauer


Marius Bauer

(1867 - 1932)

Bauer began his education at the age of ten at the Haagse Academie, where he studied together with George Hendrik Breitner, Isaac Israels and Willem de Zwart. Bauer became a famous painter, drawer, watercolourist, photographer and illustrator of political pictures and prints. He is also known for his depiction of oriental themes.

Almost all of his works have exotic eastern themes ranging from cultures like Egypt, the islamitic cultures of India, parades in the former Dutch East Indies, Ceylon and Cambodia. His style is impressionistic and was heavily influenced by the Haagse School.